If you look at the map carefully you can even see Mithi River [flowing into Mahim Bay] - the water body resposible for most of the damage caused to Bombay on the 26th July deluge. What I found really interested is that you can so clearly make out Bombays island face in the picture. As you guys may already know Bombay was originally seven islands reclaimed to make one big island.
Mumbai is located on Salsette Island which lies at the mouth of Ulhas River off the western coast of India in the coastal region known as the Konkan. Most of Mumbai is at sea level and the average elevation ranges from 10 to 15 metres. The northern part of Mumbai is hilly and the highest point of the city is at 450 metres (1,450 feet). Mumbai spans a total area of 468 kmÂ² (169 sq miles).
Here's a close up of Colaba. You can actually see with some detail marine lines and Nariman Point and Cuff Parade. It's almost as good as a google maps image.
I tried to find an image of Pune / Poona but the only picture I could find wasn't even on this planet, it was a crater on Mars also with the same name.
Hope they find water in Poona.